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ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
driver of this suv skidding across traffic. 16 states from texas to pennsylvania in the storm zone as we go into the night. adrienne bankert leads us off. >> reporter: tonight, multiple states bracing for an epic ice storm. officials taking every precaution, closing schools and telling people to stay off the roads. >> the bottom line is we see it coming, we see the possible effects. and we've gotten ahead of this ethent. >> reporter: the heartland is getting glazed tonight in a dangerous coating of ice. watch this black suv fishtail, then do a complete 180 on a st. louis highway, narrowly missing other drivers. in oklahoma, this salt truck crashed in the slick conditions. the driver is okay. tragically, at least one deadly accident already in missouri. residents stocking up on supplies and filling gas tanks stripping shelves. >> it's the de-icers, it's the ice melts, those going out like crazy. generators, you can't keep in stock right now. >> i'm worried about this one because if the power lines snap, i want to be warm. >> reporter: reports of scattered power outages increasing. a
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
from the texas panhandle to pennsylvania. omar villafranca is in hominy, oklahoma, tonight. omar. >> reporter: tens of millions of people are in the path of this winter blast. oklahoma's governor declared a state of emergency yesterday so crews could start prepping roads. and there's already some ice you can see it here on this fence. that can pose a problem if it gets on power lines, it can snap the power lines. just up the road in joplin, missouri, the winter storm blew through and left a coat of ice all across the city. icicles were hanging off signs, and the area was covered in a thin layer of ice, making roads very slippery. drivers in the show me state also have to keep an eye out for this-- trees toppled by ice that end up block the road. road crews have been busy salting and sanding major roadsides to make them passable. the weather is affecting the weekend n.f.l. game before kickoff. the contest between the kansas city chief, haebl turned from a day game to a night game. that will give road crews more time to prep those roads and make it safer for fans. >> pelley: omar v
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
storm moving in, stretching 1,000 miles from texas to ohio. >>> stunning statements by civil rights icon, congressman john lewis. what he just told nbc news about president-elect trump. >>> the reality of hope, one-on-one with president obama. looking back from where it all began. >>> kidnapping mystery bombshell, snatched from the hospital as a baby, found alive 18 years later. the woman who raised her as her daughter, under arrest. >>> and sea of blue, an emotional farewell for a hero. who taught us all about the power of forgiveness. >>> "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >> it is about as harsh a judgment as can be made against any police department. civil rights abuses, excessive force, shooting people who didn't pose a threat. just some of the damning findings in a u.s. justice department report about the chicago police department. the country's second largest police force. tonight, that city, already plagued by soaring gang violence, has agreed to a set of reforms after the
us. >> thank you for your moderation. >>> next, texas congressman michael burgess talks about the future of the healthcare act. after that, former congressional staffers and healthcare policy experts discuss challenges for america's healthcare system. then, a senate hearing on civilian control of the military. the house has approved a resolution authorizing a committee to begin writing legislation to repeal the healthcare law. before that vote, texas congressman michael burgess, a physician and chair of the su sub-chi
. >> i just am understand what my friend, the senator from texas, has been saying but i want to tenor the comments i just wanted to respond, put on the record. one of the things that has impressed my with you, congressman in our meetings, is your thoughtfulness and your student history as well. and we talked about that. and i think part of the responsibility or the agency that you may head is unique in that is it tasked with taking on covert actives and relies on the oversight of this committee and frankly, the trust of the american public. to not good over the edge -- go over the edge and i think there have been times -- we can debate the times where clearly in history there have examples whether it was through political pressure or otherwise, the agency went over the edge and unfortunately that, in the end, did not make america safer. i'd also say that in many of these areas, whether it's the changes of technology -- i know there's a robust debate around encryption and privacy and the digital age. that edge is not defined yet. both in a legal standpoint and many times congress has n
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
said they are going to add 1,800 jobs in texas. joining me to discuss, van hipp. and ed, let me start with you. she walked out defiant at mashat mar-a-lago, and today she was a chatter box. >> she has seen the light. how can you not be encouraged by a president-elect causing a $300 billion contract to be reduced. what other president-elect has had this impact? optimism with my clients and small business is at the highest since 1980, and there is good reason. charles: at first i thought, some men you just can't reach. in this case some men you just can't reach. but donald trump with a little persuasion has been reaching them all. he said he would be the greatest jobs president god ever created. and he had the gowts do something republicans have never done by saying, hey, if you go overseas and take these jobs overseas and lay off these american workers we are going to tax the hell out of you. he used his twitter accounts and for those who didn't capitulate, they lots money in the stock market. when it comes to sprint, ford, chrysler, we are seeing this guy can be the greatest job
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
texas to ohio. >>> stunning statts by civil rights icon, congressman john lewis. what he just told nbc news about president-elect trump. >>> the reality of hope, one-on-one with president obama. looking back from where it all began. >>> kidnapping mystery bombshell, snatched from the hospital as a baby, found alive 18 years later. the woman who raised her as her daughter, under arrest. >>> and sea of blue, an emotional farewell for a hero.
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
, stretching 1,000 miles from texas to ohio. >>> stunning statements by civil rights icon, congressman john lewis. what he just told nbc news about president-elect trump. >>> the reality of hope, one-on-one with president obama. looking back from where it all began. >>> kidnapping mystery bombshell, snatched from the hospital as a baby, found alive 18 years later. the woman who raised her as her daughter, under arrest. >>> and sea of blue, an emotional farewell for a hero
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
. >> we usually play for 700 people in crawford, a very small town that texas and now we're playing for the nation and even for the president. it's just so surprising and it's amazing we're able to this >> it's a good example of just the american story. and that's really what i use to feed into that. is that you work hard, persevere, doesn't matter where you start. it's how you finish. >> we hope they're able to raise the last few $000 and able to make it up to washington. >> it is quite expensive when bands have to do that stuff here. cost them a lot of money >> thank you for joining us at 6:00. >>> 5at630 is coming up after the break. . >>> this is one of the top talk to hers at tonight at 6:30, we invite you guys to join a conversation, let us know what you think. is it a good idea or bad idea? use #5at630. >>> as we mentioned, con
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
getting calls all over the country. people have booked buses from chicago and texas. >> harris predicting massive crowds. leading many speculating if trump will be upstaged by protesters. >> the police say if more people show up than the 200,000 the no repercussions will happen. they are trying to communicate find out where the march will end but it is still up in the air. live in southwest d.c., ryan hughes, abc7 news. alison: how is this for a look back in time? they have found negatives from the inauguration of president taft. it has the parade and the evidence of the blizzard that forced taft to take the oath of office inside. the negatives will be on exhibit at the aid trium of will -- atrium of the wilson building. jonathan: that looks cold. we won't have to worry about that. stay with us for the coverage of the inauguration and head to our website wjla.com. there are a lot more images here outlining where you will be able to park and where you won't. a lot of tow trucks are shopping up. it's a week from today. >> virginiatt crimes. he wants to expand the definition of hate crime to
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
downtown houston, texas has sold. for $2.8 million. the sale was finalized this week. now, its official name was the sterling mansion. and it was once the home of the texas governor. it has nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms. with more than 20,000 square feet. but no balcony. >> that's a steal for $2.8 mill million. >> let's pool our resources. may take a while. >>> nintendo is going to take a you can buy it online and set up similar to the xbox live. there are 80 games being developed for the switch. including the new mario adventure called super mario odyssey. >> come on back. and enjoy this new game called life. put down the video games for a while. you don't need to carry them with you, everywhere you go. >> you feel better now that you released that? >> uh-huh. >> arby's is bringing something back. deer meat sandwich. you want that, right? >> why not? i would. the venison sandwich first made its appearance in october last year. demand for deer meat was so high, many restaurants sold within minutes. due to the popular demand from hunters and nonhunters alike, even vegetarians, the
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
"chucky" movies? >> the original "texas chainsaw massacre" and, of course, "love actually." it is my nightmare to be trapped in that film. let's go this way to you, kimberly. if a young person came to you asking, what is the most important thing for living a good life, what would you say? >> most important thing. okay, i would say working hard, but beside that, don't do anything that you are going to regret, you know, when you wake up in the morning. be a good idea to think about it ahead of time. go to bed at night feeling good, you can wake up in the morning. >> just realized i am probably a lot of people's regrets. juan? >> yep. [laughter] >> that was a long time ago. it was a layover. >> pick up passion and go for it early. a lot of people who are very successful, they started very young. even in elementary school, junior high, go for it, do what you are crazy about right now. >> just a twist on end, find a job that you love, not one that you have to have and stay with it. if you're doing a job you don't love, just be true to it cannote true to yourself. >> okay, avoid comparing
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:45pm GMT
windier weather. heavy rain in texas. i9—20d in dallas, but just weather. heavy rain in texas. i9—20d in dallas, butjust three in denver. in south africa it is wet in the south and in the north that is it cold wind from the mediterranean that are keeping temperatures down a bit. tripoli coming in at 13—14 degrees. in southern pakistan it is wet and windy. some of the rain could be heavy. in the delhi might start out li—sd, but they will reach 19-20 start out li—sd, but they will reach 19—20 by the afternoon and it will reach the low 30s in mumbai. when today weather on the way injapan. snow on the north westerly winds. and similar temperatures further south. dry and cold in south korea. but more cloud in hong kong. there might be some showers in northern parts of thailand. in singapore are the cloud will build and we will see some rain, some of that could be heavy. it is wet in the nam and also windy. there could be wet and windy weather in the philippines. some sunshine at times, but there will be showers and thunderstorms. similar in papua new guinea. it is quite hot in austral
billion in gross state product over five years in indiana. i now yield to the gentleman from texas for unanimous consent request. the chair: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. green: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank our ranking member for allowing me to ask unanimous consent to place a statement in the record opposing the republican resolution and supporting a democratic resolution. we shouldn't deal with the affordable care without a solution. just don't repeal. see what the replacement is. as kentucky would say, buy a pig in a poke. i yield back. the chair: without objection. mr. yarmuth: i now yield two minutes to the gentlelady from washington, a distinguished member of the budget committee, ms.delbene he -- delbene. the chair: the gentlewoman washington is recognized for two minutes. ms.delbene: i rise in opposition to this reckless budget resolution. congress had an opportunity to start on a bipartisan note to work on creating jobs, building an economy that works for everyone, and investing in our infrastructure. instead, house republicans are ringing in the new year by r
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:00pm GMT
of that, some wetter weather, could be some heavy rain in parts of texas. 19, 20 degrees in dallas, just two or three in denver. africa has some wet weather in the south—east of the continent, and further north, a cold wind blowing down from the mediterranean will keep temperatures a little on the low side. tripoli coming about 13 or 14 low side. tripoli coming about 13 or 1a degrees. 16 or 17 towards cairo. in southern pakistan there is wet and further —— fairly windy weather for karachi. in new delhi it may start quite chilly, but come the afternoon up to around 1920 degrees, and we should be into the low 30s in mumbai and goa. some wintry weather on the way towards japan. stale showers coming in on the north—westerly winds, five or 6 degrees only in tokyo, but at least here it looks like a dry picture. dry and cold in seoul, but it should stay dry in hong kong. there might bea stay dry in hong kong. there might be a shower or two in northern parts of thailand, and done the malaysian pence —— peninsula towards singapore a few rumbles of thunder. windy in vietnam, and
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
chicago to texas and even california. >> we have put aside over 2,000 buses as of right now. we have rented over 1,200 buses and calls are still coming in today. ryan: d.c. police say if more people show up than the 200,000 they have permits for there will be no repercussions. the national park service also telling us it's still communicating with the organizers of the march trying to figure out where exactly it will end. st live this afternoon in southwest d.c., ryan hughes, abc7 news. horace: boxes full of pink halts are arriving in -- hats are arriving in reston. the hats all over the makeshift headquarters. the pink hat women taking on the mission of knitting and wearing these in the march on washington. still ahead at "abc7 news at 6:00", the motivation behind the mission and how many hats are arriving daily. alison: all right. if you plan to head downtown for inauguration, good luck driving. look at this. these are the closures and the restricted areas you will find. we have posted the map with all of the inauguration resources you need on the website. check that out at wjla.co
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
it's final week, former republican senator from texas, kay bailey hutcheson. thank you for joining us. we're talking in my m cases about your former colleagues. obviously you know how the senate works. you know how confirmation battles work. i'm curious what you make of the rex tillerson confirmation, looking at marco rubio, looking at the questions this week. do you think tillerson has something to worry about here in terms of being confirmed? >> well certainly watched the hearings. and i was particularly concerned about marco's line of questioning seeming to badger rex tillerson into saying that putin is a war criminal. you know, i think a senator can make that allegation, but i don't think it would be right for our country for the secretary of state to say, oh yes, certainly i would call a name like that. that's not a good beginning. i think rex tillerson was great in his hearing because he was very measured. and i think it shows that he does have a diplomatic side and a judgment factor that's going to be very important for his job going forward. >> i'm curious, do you think there
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
come up with something better that promises more jobs with texas, elsewhere in the u.s.a. fbn's charlie gaspirino has more. what do you think of this? >> let's be clear here. we had a president for the past eight years that president obama was at war with business. increase to taxes, increase to regulations, increased a tax on what they do for a living. that didn't produce much job growth. the headline on the unemployment numbers are down as employment is way up. now we have a president that steps over the line sometimes. i'll say that he shouldn't be threatening counts that might have to move jobs overseas with special tariffs. donald trump has stepped over the line. for the most part, he's negotiating with ceos and trying to keep jobs here and build employment here. some of this is smoke and mirrors. i'm sure that lockheed-martin had some jobs that were slated and she gets a nice bow in front of everybody and using how to use donald trump as well as he's using here. lockheed-martin got great press. i'm sure their stock price reflected that today. clearly, this is a president w
you. and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the gentleman is recognized for one minute. >> mr. speaker, iran is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism. mr. poe: it funds and controls terrorists like hezbollah and it stretches far beyond the middle east. many of its activities are done through the iranian revolutionary guard corps, which is funded, planned and executed terrorist attacks in the united states and elsewhere for decades. the i.r.g.c. is the organization that is responsible for its terrorist activities worldwide. but somehow this group has managed to escape repercussions and the united states has never recognized it as a terrorist organization. i'm working to change that. this week, i introduced the irgc terrorist sanctions act. this bill would require the president to designate the irgc for its terrorist activity and levy the relevant statutory sanctions against it. it'
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
the year 2012. in terms of state regulations, a separate study found that nevada, texas and south dakota, they were actually the most friendly environments for small businesses when it comes to launching. now the states in the last place is california, new jersey and new york. minimum wage laws. 19 states and two dozen municipalities enacted wage increases in the new year here in washington, dc. the rate is 11.50 an hour. that will hit $15 an hour. >> thank you, kate. >> here in new york an upper east side institution has shut down. china fun served up dumplings and roast duck to loyal regulars. now the restaurant has succumb to the crush of government regulations. joining us is albert wu, the sop of the owners. thank you for coming down here. hi, kelly. thanks for having me. >> what's this been like for your family? >> well, you know, it's been very, very difficult. >> there is obama care. >> right? addition to the other regulations. >> that's what i was going to ask. do these all kind of become part of the problem or all of a sudden is it that, you know, hey, january 1 comes aro
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
travel from texas to d.c. >> close with the staff. >> yeah. it's kind of a -- it's a very nice thing, i think, because these staff stay on from one administration to the next, and they don't care if it's a republican or a democrat, and they are -- they're like a lifeline for the children in the white house. >> it is just quickly noteworthy, then, you will have, because, you know, sasha, who wasn't at the speech earlier this week apparently because of some very important exam the next porng, you know, that she has to finish high school in d.c. so the obamas will be in the same neighborhood where ivanka trump and her husband are moving into. >> it's where usually the first family high tails it out of washington, you know, as quickly as they can. so i mean, we'll see how that evolves. i know that president obama's going to be, you know, working on redistricting efforts, getting more democrats elected mt. midterms and remaining in politics that are still young, so to see how that relationship evolves is going to be fascinating. >> michelle and ivanka soul cycle classes? who knows. kate,
thereon. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> pursuant to house resolution 48, i call up s. 84 and ask for its immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: an act to provide for an exception to a limitation against appointment of persons as secretary of defense within seven years of relief from active duty as a regular commissioned officer of the armed forces. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 48, the bill is considered read. the bill shall be debatable for 90 minutes, equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking member of the committee on armed forces. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and insert ex-trains you -- mr. thornberry: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and material. aneous let me get right to it. we need to pass this le
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm EST
. he just bought a texas ranch a couple of years ago. and just a huge land owner. he seems like the kind of guy that wouldn't have a large lifestyle. he has some major properties. >> you said the century tower? >> yeah. >> i used to have a really tiny apartment there in the bottom toward the back. i had no idea. he had three. >> should have been next to his. he would have bought it for you at an elevated price. too bad. >> on to president-elect trump's move to separate his businesses from his work as president, raising questions about his billionaire status. is he still a billionaire? >> this was really interesting. a lot of the wealth indexes and lists have to figure out what happens when you put something in a trust. do we count that as wealth? the founder of ikea put all his wealth in a trust so he would be removed from the wealth list. bloomberg and others said that doesn't count because you still control the trust and it's not irrevokable. basically you're temporarily putting it into a trust. let's be honest. it's not irrevocable. you can take it back. wealthy a-listers say tru
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
texas, and on team hoda we have elizabeth from michigan. >> yeah, girl! >> they've got attitude. >> here's how it's supposed to work. i'm going to read a quote. you hit your buzzers and show me the anchor paddle head that matches it. i need help. joanne lamarca, you're going to read the quotes. scl >> come on, jojo where. >> i hate my voice. >> we do too, but we're going -- no, we love you. we're going to miss you. okay. why don't you read the first quote. >> i haven't touched you all morning. it's been really hard. >> who was it? >> i haven't touched you all morning. >> meredith vieira. >> no, neither. >> katie. >> katie couric. >> you don't win by default. >> back story is katie hadn't seen me in a while. that was her line to me one morning in the plaza. >> of course, it was where. >> okay. here we go. next quote. >> oh, my goodness, wine please -- >> yes, absolutely correct. solidify a relationship between her and kathie lee. >> i used to have great legs, and then i had great knees, and -- >> that was me. >> great ankles. >> klg. >> here we go. >> look at my boobs, they're so
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
. >> congressman joaquin castro of texas, thank you for being here. appreciate your comments. >> thank you. >> let's see what you are saying about our microsoft pulse question. are you concerned about your healthcare being impacted by an obamacare repeal? 95% of you overwhelmingly say yes, that this is a concern right now, just 5% for the moment say no. eight not scientific, which is why we want to hear from more of you. keep voting at pulse.msnbc.com. >> attorney general loretta lynch says the chicago police department violated the civil rights of citizens through the use of excessive force. we'll have details about this alarming new report next live on msnbc. to do the best for your pet, you should know more about the food you choose. with beyond, you have a natural pet food that goes beyond telling ingredients to showing where they come from. beyond assuming the source is safe... to knowing it is. beyond asking for trust... to earning it. because, honestly, our pets deserve it. beyond. natural pet food. ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept comi
is more than 200,000 times the size of texas. if you split alaska into, texas would be the third largest state in the country. but we only have 10,400 miles of paved roads compared to texas which has 313,000. another comparison, alaska has 118 times the size of connecticut but we have less than half the roads that connecticut has. so if confirmed, will you commit to come to alaska with me to meet with my constituents to help us address the unique challenges and opportunities with regard to infrastructure, roads, bridges, pipelines in alaska that are not only important to my constituents but important to the nation? >> i would be delighted to andy you mentioned how important your office is in terms of convening important stakeholders to address these issues and i will be more than glad to help to participate as well. >> thank you again for your great service to our country. >> thank you senator sullivan and the chairman of the ocean subcommittee. we are all form more rules in alaska. next up is senator peters, followed by senator inhofe. >> secretary child, it's great to have you
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 12:30pm EST
. >> a school bus in texas burst into flames with 20 students on board and investigators say the fire started in the engine of the bus and they noticed spoke coming from under the hood. and immediately pulled the bus over. fortunately nobody was injured. it's still unclear what caused the fire. >> two members of the r&b group tower of power were injured after getting hit by a train and the members said it happened thursday even after a scheduled gig in oakland, california. the drummer and bass player were hit while walking the tracks and both were being treated at a local hospital. >>> still ahead on "action news," another look the the forecast looking live at sky 6 hd at the jersey shore. a nice picture from atlantic city. melissa magee has your update from accuweather. when we come right back. i'm only in my 60's. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical e
. prior to this he served as president of texas and am university. he began his career as an officer in the united states air force and joined the central intelligence agency in 1966. he served 26 years with the cia and is the only career cia to rise from entry level to director. secretary gates has earned numerous honors and distinctions during his career including the national security medal, the presidential citizens medal, the national intelligence distinguished service medal twice, and a distinguished intelligence medal which is the cia's highest award three times. welcome, secretary gates. it is an honor to have you here today to introduce general kelly. >> thank you, chairman johnson. ranking member and distinguished members of the committee on homeland security and government affairs affairs. it gives me great pleasure to introduce john f. kelly as the nominee to be the secretary secretary of homeland security. in today's world the department of homeland security is much like a combat command. perhaps the most complex such command defending our nation and our people. among it's
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
, in through texas, ice storm warning for this huge, area, and, again, real concern, in that regard, so if you were maybe trying to go see a playoff game in kansas city perhaps, it will be an interesting weekend, with that said. looking at the future snow amounts we will start to see things get underway in the afternoon hours of tomorrow, and then, it is basically out of here no later then 11:00. this is it, that entire span of time, maybe a few tenth of an inch of snow. now we know why we're using word nuisance but not so fast. we are jumping into noon time. no earlier then 1:00 o'clock, two especially when things start to build in here. it is looking menacing. the with us for multiple hours we will have that rain/snow line developing through southern delaware and new jersey. we can end up with freezing rain as well. some sleet, snow as well as freezing rain a concern across those areas. then it is gone by ten or 11:00 at night but even though you got that long window of time we are still seeking less than a inch of snow. icing, that is ative rent story. you only need a fine glaze
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
getting ahead of myself. let's go to congressman roger williams, fine state ever texas, house financial services committee. very good at crunching the numbers. sir, good to have you. that is the battle royale among your colleagues how to go about this without tipping the deficit debt scale, right? >> right. i don't want to increase the deficit. i don't vote to increase the deficit but at same time my district wants obamacare gone. this is a vehicle to allow us to begin the suppose to move obamacare and begin to create a situation that is really better for the taxpayers and think eventually when we talk about a deficit, there is a lot of things we can do to get our books back in line. also a lot of cuts we can make. nobody talks about cuts. we don't talk about cash flow or cuts but we need to talk about both. neil: the devil is in the details, i can appreciate that, but i also heard the president-elect, sir, talk about wanting to repeal and replace within short order, not necessarily simultaneously as people like rand paul want, but to republican's credit, you have plenty of al
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
missouri, texas and oklahoma. and the potential for a significant ice storm is increasing. >>> a small memorial is set up near the home where six children died in a house fire in baltimore. the mother of the family was able to escape along with her 8-year-old daughter that manage to the save two of her brothers and six others were trapped inside. the third floor of the home collapsed. and the mother and two boys we main in critical condition. and investigators are be back at the scene today to figure out how the tragic fire started. >> and they have met on the tarmac after several flight attendants became sick, the captain reported that the de- e de-icer was falling from an air vent in the form of a white powder. and the agent says the powder is not toxic. none of the passengers were sick. >> a driver used a high tech device to avoid paying a $1.25 toll on a highway in central florida. state troopers say that 27-year-old joshua west used a remote control device that dropped the shield over the license plate on his car. he was pulled over and arrested him. charged with theft and cheatin
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 8:00am PST
jenna bush went from texas to d.c. to the funeral of a butler within the last couple of years, and laura bush read the eulogy at his funeral, and i think people don't see that side of the white house very often. >> that's really nice. now, of course, the bush daughters were in college when their father was in the white house. obviously, the obama girls, they grew up in the white house, and sasha is staying in washington to finish high school. what's that going to be like? >> well, it's going to be incredible if you think of just the geography of it. you have ivanka and there's a nice neighborhood in d.c. you have president obama and michelle within a couple of blocks of her, and then you have the clintons' house not far away either. having a former president in d.c. is very different. we haven't seen this in a long time. seeing how they position themselves with the trump administration and, you know, if they sort of try to galvanize democrats as i think they will. not in the shadow white house, but actually kind of weigh in on topic from time to time and try to support more democrats run
now yield to the gentleman from texas for unanimous consent request. the chair: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. green: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank our ranking member for allowing me to ask unanimous consent to place a statement in the record opposing the republican resolution and supporting a democratic resolution. we shouldn't deal with the affordable care without a solution. just don't repeal. see what the replacement is. as kentucky would say, buy a pig in a poke. i yield back. the chair: without objection. mr. yarmuth: i now yield two minutes to the gentlelady from washington, a distinguished member of the budget committee, ms.delbene he -- delbene. the chair: the gentlewoman washington is recognized for two minutes. ms.delbene: i rise in opposition to this reckless budget resolution. congress had an opportunity to start on a bipartisan note to work on creating jobs, building an economy that works for everyone, and investing in our infrastructure. instead, house republicans are ringing in the new year by repealing the affordable care act, stripping more than 20
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Jan 13, 2017 10:16am EST
reform in healthcare. earlier we heard from texas congressman who heads a subcommittee that will be writing the health care. we will show his comments during this break. >> there's really not much happening here right now in washington, right, and there's there's not much happening in healthcare. it's a sleepy backwater of a policy subcommittee that i will chair this term. it's a phenomenal opportunity. it is a phenomenal opportunity to get things right and to provide for people in a way that has never been provided in the past and it's also an opportunity where things could get more dangerous in the days and weeks and months to come. that is the challenge that is certainly before me as a member of the subcommittee and an individual member of congress, as someone who represents 190,000 people back in north texas. my life has been in medicine. before i came to congress, i think of things that are game changers in healthcare and i typically think of things that are discoveries and devices, drugs that have been developed and how they have changed medicine, but as we take a step back an
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
: sÍ tambiÉn hablÓ de las ciudades santuario. karla: en la universidad de texas, en san antonio, tengo entendido que lo van a hacer. alan: pero dice que eso sÍ es ilegal. karla: obviamente, yo tambiÉn lleguÉ a este paÍs a estudiar, y mis papÁs a trabajar. y en este caso, el presidente electo donald trump sÍ tiene que tomar en consideraciÓn a todas estas personas que venimos con un sueÑo. venimos a buscarnos las cosas con nuestro esfuerzo, trabajar. y quÉ bonito que jÓvenes como ella representen ese sueÑo, y que se quite la imagen de que venimos a aprovecharnos. venimos a aprovechar las oportunidades que en nuestros paÍses no nos dieron. alan: vino a los 11 aÑos esta chica, y ya lleva 21. tiene una familia, una carrera, un trabajo. se merece estar aquÍ. karla: y cuÁntos padres trabajan hasta tres turnos, se parten el lomo literal para llevar el pan a su mesa, gente trabajadora que tiene todo el derecho de quedarse en este paÍs. satcha: y ademÁs, los jÓvenes que se amparan bajo daca son jÓvenes, son eso, son el futuro de este paÍs, y sería de gran beneficio que se ex
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
number of states including in california, florida, and texas. the move would increase the work force by 50%. the new hires are key to the company's promise of two day shipping for amazon prime members. >>> star wars fans, i'm one of them, we're not the only one missing princess leia. disney in talks with carrie fisher's estate over her continued appearance. hillary vaughn joins us now with more on what disney is doing about that. >>> good morning, that's right, they're currently in discussions with carrie fisher's state. under california law they're required to receive permission from the estate of a celebrity actor or act tes who has passed away to use their likeness 70 years after their death. what we don't know is how they're going to use carrie fisher as princess leia moving forward in the series. if they get permission, they could use it for anything from merchandise to future films. there's a huge divide among star wars fans in terms of what they want to see from her moving forward. a lot of them would like to see her recreated. they did that in rogue one with another actor. other
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
>>> good morning, america. ice emergency. temperatures plunging from texas to maryland. cars coated across indiana. this commuter train stuck going up a frozen track in chicago. roads now a sheet of ice. widespread power outages and schools closing this morning. 15 states on alert as the new storm moves in. >>> fbi director james comey now under investigation. the justice department looking into how he handled that hillary clinton e-mail investigation as president-elect trump's cabinet nominees breaks ranks with him over russia, torture, and a lot more, exactly one week from inauguration day. >>> flight emergency. >> the paramedics are for the flight attendants. >> three flight attendants sick after a mysterious white powder appears onboard a jetliner. could it be from deicing? one person taken away on a stretcher. hazmat crews and emergency teams on scene. ♪ >>> and the big divide. the big good-bye. president obama surprising joe biden. >> i'm pleased to award our nation's highest civilian honor, the presidential freedom of honor. >> thanking him for his service with one of the c
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
flooding on the warm side of this system. south central texas on into central oklahoma and back into parts of new mexico could see locally three to four inches of rain causing big flooding. the ice situation is the one we're most concerned about. this could last on into monday. >> you will keep us posted. >> absolutely. >>> now to politics. the investigation facing fbi director, james comey, over his ag agency's handling into the probe of the e-mail server. this as we learn more about the timing of what he told president elect trump about unverifieds allegations gw s against him. two reports. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: meredith, good morning. the surprising announcement leaves a cloud over james comey and his agency. exactly one week before donald trump moves into the white house, the justice department inspector general says he's going to examine his public disclosures about hillary clinton's e-mail investigation. it comes as we get new word about what comey told trump on the day of his intelligence briefing last week. fbi director, james comey, tight lipped on capitol
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Jan 13, 2017 6:00am PST
emergency. temperatures plunging from texas to maryland. cars coated across indiana. this commuter train stuck going up a frozen track in chicago. roads now a sheet of ice. widespread power outages and schools closing this morning. 15 states on alert as the new storm moves in. >>> fbi director james comey now under investigation. the justice department looking into how he handled that hillary clinton e-mail investigation as president-elect trump's cabinet nominees breaks ranks with him over russia, torture, and a lot more, exactly one week from inauguration day. >>> flight emergency. >> the paramedics are for the flight attendants. >> three flight attendants sick after a mysterious white powder
that could cause major power outages and dangerous road conditions from texas and the south all the way to my beloved ohio. national weather service said the weight of the ice could bring down trees and power lines. the rain comes first and they expect it to continue throughout the weekend. look out. >> i never back down. if i feel i'm right. i do feel that they're bullies. that's all they are. hard core bullies on the west coast in california trying to control what we do, buy and sell in maine. >> martha: don't mess with folks with maine. the co-owner of l.l. bean responding to criticism for her political support for vice president donald trump. she donated thousands of dollars to a pac called making maine great again. thank you linda bean. people will support you even more now, buy l.l. bean. wondering how much impact that has on their bottom line. now maria is from fox news network. good morning to you. fascinating. you can't blame him. it is a natural reaction to want to support her for supporting him. does it have an impact? >> first of all i'll say this. i saw a huge impact on
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Jan 13, 2017 9:00am EST
better on this than louie gohmert from texas. i think it's going to go for this, taxpayers pay for the wall because we want to build it fast and then give the bill to mexico. >> i think so, because trump used the word reimburse. you know, people are rounding the views of reimburse. you reimburse because we go ahead and build it because we don't have time to wait for mexico to figure out it's actually in their best interest to build a wall. i mean, stuart, you understand business. they apparently have leaders that don't. what is the reason that mexico, with a massive natural resources they have, with the incredible hard working population they have, why-- they're just an incredibly opportunistic location between north america, south america, two oceans. why aren't they one of the top five or ten economies in the world? it's because the drug cartels, you build a wall. stuart: got to build it fast. >> you build the wall we shut down the drug cartels and mexico becomes one of the top ten economies in the world. it's in their interest. they'll thank us and pay us later. seriously. stuar
rate of pregnancy-related deaths in the state of texas since they did away with planned parenthood seems to have doubled since 2010. making texas one of the most dangerous places in the world to have a baby. what was happening in texas during this time? state legislature was not only planned s to parenthood. low-income women, that was the only place for them to get their care. and they did not expand their medicaid program which would have given low-income women desperately needed access -- one? have an additional mr. mcgovern: i yield her an additional minute. ms. slaughter: one of the things we talked about last night in rules is lots of states where the premium where they thought had gone reasonably high were also states that did not expand the medicaid and set up the exchanges which were intended to cut cost. while the causes of maternal deaths are complex, certainly leaving women without access to medical care will not do anything to decrease that mortality rate. so today my republican friends want to i flict the same harm on -- inflict the same harm on pregnant women across t
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Jan 13, 2017 5:35am PST
, texas, luego de que se prohibiÓ la entrada por quÉ efectos y pies mojados -- pies secos y pies mojados a cientos de cubanos que esperaban cruzar. logramos hablar con josÉ antonio batista silva, Último cubano que logra ingresar al paÍs. Éstas fueron sus palabras. >> lo siento, hermano. quÉ predijo e te dijo el oficia? >> que soy el Último. >> las mujeres y todas quedaron ahÍ? >> no quisieron darle a mÁs nadie. quÉ dijeron los oficiales? >> que hay una ley que terminÓ a las cuatro de la tarde. reportero: se preparÓ esta noche para partir a kansas city, missouri, donde lo esperan unos familiares. esta noche partiÓ la Última caminata con mÁs de una docena de cubanos hacÍa florida, miami esta noche muchos cubanos permanecen del lado mexicano con la esperanza de que sea entrar -- quizÁ entrar a estados unidos algÚn dÍa. enrique: en una emotiva ceremonia el presidente obama sorprendiÓ al vicepresidente con la entrega de la medalla de la libertad, mÁxima condecoraciÓn para un civil en estados unidos, el mandatario dijo que ha sido el mejor vicepresidente que ha ten
district of texas but equally important he is a practicing physician who cares deeply about meeting the needs of patients. dr. burgess has been a strong advocate for legislation to reduce healthcare costs, improve the choices and ensure that we all have the capacity or that we will have the capacity to provide appropriate medical care to all who need it. he also played a key role in forming medicare's system for paying physicians that intend to promote better value and greater affordability. and with that, dr. burgess, please join us. thank you. >> thanks for the kind introduction and thank you for the invitation. thanks for allowing me to be here. if i understood my task to record this, it's to talk about innovation and policy, does innovation form policy or does policy form innovation courts the answer of course is it's both, but we might look to just a couple of examples as to why it is perhaps more satisfactory when innovation drives the policy rather than the other way around. as we say do there's really not much happening right now in washington, right? and there's not much happen
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Jan 13, 2017 5:00am PST
for $600 for a two-pack and cvs has the same for about $110. >>> doctors in fort worth, texas are among those now using zip lock bags to help save premature babies including one set of twins. the bag kept them warm the first few hours after birth. >> they don't have the sources, reserves, the fat to keep their temperature up. so they need help. ? they are said to be doing well. they are at higher risk for infection and death. >>> a day to dry out today. we're going to tell you about potential dangers that you could be facing on the roadway. we'll check in with meteorologist kari hall and mike inouye after the break. >>> the reason why they might have thought it was okay to cross the tracks. >>> alaska airlines pilot tells passengers not to panic as they land. a substance on the plane sent one flight attendant to the hospital. ♪living well rise above joint discomfort with move free ultra's triple action joint support for improved mobility and flexibility, and 20% better comfort from one tiny, mighty pill... get move free ultra, and enjoy living well. chilly temperatures are movin
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Jan 13, 2017 4:30am PST
texas. the move would increase their united states work force by more than 50%. they said that the new hires are key to the company's promise of two day shipping for prime members. >>> also new this morning toyota is recalling more of its cars over the faulty air bags. the late thest involves more 500,000sedans and suv's. korella, four runner, scion, and are all on that list. the air bags have been known to shoot shrapnel in to the car during a crash. honda also expanded it's recall because of the defective air bags earlier this week. >>> our time is 4:41. major new developments in the investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail. at five, why a new investigation is turning its focus on the head of the fbi. >> not one [inaudible] who doesn't have it part time and so you have to look at that as you know what? i will get the through it. and i will be better for it. >> she will be riding in style for this year's chinese new year parade. the message she is sending to young women after overcoming years of discrimination. >> good morning. we are still looking at a good drive out t
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Jan 13, 2017 4:00am PST
are being built in california, florida, and texas. >>> the drugstore chair cvs will be selling the epi pen for about a sixth of the price. the epi pen is an emergency allergy treatment to stop potentially fatal reactions to foods. it came under fire for soaring costs. you can get a two-pack compared to epi pen which can cost more than $600. >>> and the u.s. mint unveiled a new gold coin and for the first time, lady liberty is portrayed as a woman of color. the 2017 liberty high relief gold coin celebrated 200 years of gold coins being minted in the u.s. it's the first of the 24 karat gold coins featuring the lady and asian-american, hispanic-american, and native american. pardon my voice. >> that's oklahoma. everybody is a little under the weather. >> i got through it. >>> still ahead, the first family. as we approach inauguration day, the youngest son baron may be staying behind in new york, but his life is about to undergo some major changes. ut his life is about to undergo some major changes. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious
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